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10 Dec 2015
Honda Australia Pty. Ltd.
Honda Odyssey and HR-V Maintain Sales Momentum
The Honda Odyssey has once more retained its number one position in private sales in the people mover segment while the Honda HR-V is the second-highest seller in the small SUVs under $40,000 category for the month of November. 
 
“The Odyssey and HR-V have both been consistently strong performers this year,” said Mr. Stephen Collins, Honda Australia Director.  “The HR-V is one of our biggest success stories in recent years proving in just 11 months to be one of the best small SUVs in Australia.” 
 

 
245 Odysseys were sold in November, increasing annual sales to 2,574 units.  In the private part of the segment, the Odyssey remains at number one with 44.1 percent market share (YTD).
 
The Odyssey is currently available for a limited time with free registration, CTP insurance, Honda Warranty Plus and Premium Roadside Assistance as part of Honda’s Feel Free Annual Clearance campaign.   
 
November also saw over 860 HR-Vs delivered to happy Honda customers, pushing the small SUV over the 10,000 unit mark. 


The HR-V is now on sale in a Limited Edition variant featuring leather-appointed seats, front and rear aero bumpers, side step set, rear parking sensors and finished in metallic or pearlescent paint.

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Australia
10 Dec 2015
Honda Australia Pty. Ltd.
Honda Odyssey and HR-V Maintain Sales Momentum
The Honda Odyssey has once more retained its number one position in private sales in the people mover segment while the Honda HR-V is the second-highest seller in the small SUVs under $40,000 category for the month of November. 
 
“The Odyssey and HR-V have both been consistently strong performers this year,” said Mr. Stephen Collins, Honda Australia Director.  “The HR-V is one of our biggest success stories in recent years proving in just 11 months to be one of the best small SUVs in Australia.” 
 

 
245 Odysseys were sold in November, increasing annual sales to 2,574 units.  In the private part of the segment, the Odyssey remains at number one with 44.1 percent market share (YTD).
 
The Odyssey is currently available for a limited time with free registration, CTP insurance, Honda Warranty Plus and Premium Roadside Assistance as part of Honda’s Feel Free Annual Clearance campaign.   
 
November also saw over 860 HR-Vs delivered to happy Honda customers, pushing the small SUV over the 10,000 unit mark. 


The HR-V is now on sale in a Limited Edition variant featuring leather-appointed seats, front and rear aero bumpers, side step set, rear parking sensors and finished in metallic or pearlescent paint.